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15O                             SHIPPING PRACTICE

York-Antwerp Rules, 1950                  York-Antwerp Rules. 1924

shall be made good as general aver-
age; except that no compensation
shall be made for damage to such
portions of the ship and bulk cargo,
or to such separate packages of
cargo, as have been on fire.

Rule 17.—Catting away Wreck

Loss or damage caused by cutting
away the wreck or remains of spars,
or of other things which have
previously been carried away by
sea-peril, shall not be made good as
general average.

Rule V.—Voluntary Stranding

When a ship is intentionally run
on shore, and the circumstances
are such that if that course were
not adopted she would inevitably
drive on shore or on rocks, no loss
or damage caused to the ship,
cargo and freight or any of them
by such intentional running on
shore shall be made good as
general average, but loss or damage
incurred in refloating such a ship
shall be allowed as general average.

In all other cases where a ship is
intentionally run on shore for the
common safety, the "consequent
loss or damage shall be allowed as
general average.

Rule VL—Carrying Press of Sail-
Damage to or Loss of Sails
Damage to or loss of safTg and
spars, or either of them, caused by
f orcing a ship off the ground or by
driving her higher up the ground
for the common safety, shall be
made good as general average; but
where a ship is afloat, no loss or
damage^ caused to the ship, cargo
and freight, or aay of them, by
carrying a press of sail, shall be
made good as general average.

Rule TO.—Damage to Machinery
and Boilers

Damage caused to machinery
and boilers of a ship which is
ashore and in a position of peril,
in endeavouring to refloat, shall be
allowed in general average when
shown to have arisen from an
actual intention to float the ship
for the common safety at the risk
of such damage; but where a ship

Rule IV.—Same

Role 7.—Voluntary Stranding

When a ship is intentionally run
on shore, and the circumstances are
such that if that course were not
adopted she would inevitably drive
on shore or on rocks, no loss or
damage caused to the ship, cargo
and freight or any of them by such
intentional running on shore shall
be made good as general average.
But in all other cases where a ship
is intentionally run on shore for the
common safety, the consequent loss
or damage shall be allowed as
general average.

Rule VI.—Same

Rule VIT.—Damage to Engines in
Refloating a Ship

Damage caused to machinery and
boilers of a ship, which is ashore and
in a position of peril, in endeavour-
ing to refloat, shall be allowed in
general^ average, when shown to
have arisen from an actual intention
to float the ship for the common
safety at the risk of such damage;
but where a ship is afloat no loss